Birches Farm boasts a stunning array of wild flowers across a patchwork of fields. The meadows are bordered by thick hedgerows and there are two ponds at the site. The reserve is recognised as a…
The last remnant of a much larger peaty wetland area that existed in the 19th century
A steep sloping wood almost split in two by a deep gully
Three traditional Herefordshire hay-meadows, a small orchard area, two ponds and a complex of old hedgerows.
A traditional old Herefordshire hay meadow
A woodland reserve dominated by various species.
A woodland reserve with a mixture of vegetation types and a valuable habitat for a range of birds.
A woodland containing many fine semi-mature oak and ash trees with good plant and birdlife.
Ancient woodland with typical ground flora including an abundance of bluebells in spring.
Unimproved, marshy floodplain grassland with a wealth of diverse flora.